geeky friday.

 

Life Under the Microscope - In Focus - The Atlantic 1

Detail of a pod of the flowering legume Scorpius muricatus

(common name “Prickly Caterpillar”),

by Viktor Sýkora, from Hyskov, Czech Republic. (Olympus BioScapes)

Life Under the Microscope - In Focus - The Atlantic 2

Juvenile live bay scallop Argopecten irradians. The blue spheres are eyes

Kathryn Markey, Aquatic Diagnostic Laboratory,

Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island. (Olympus BioScapes)

Life Under the Microscope - In Focus - The Atlantic 4

Connective tissue cells co-transduced with five fluorescent proteins,

by Dr. Daniela Malide, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda,

Maryland. (Olympus BioScapes)

Life Under the Microscope - In Focus - The Atlantic 3

Two damsel bugs, seemingly feeding on an aphid

by Geir Drange of Asker, Norway.

The backdrop is a dried Norway maple leaf. (Olympus BioScapes)

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